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November 15 (Wednesday)  
1820

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In an effort to preserve the balance of power in congress between slave and free states, the Missouri co promise was passed in 1820 admiting Missouri as a slave states and Maine as a free state. In 1854, the Missouri compromise was repealed by Kansas- Nebraska Act 

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November 15 (Wednesday)  
1842

Was an unsuccessful military operation launched in November 1842 by a Texian military against Mexican border settlements; it was related to the somervell expedition

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November 15 (Wednesday)  
1841

Houston was twice elected president of the Republic of Texas

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November 15 (Wednesday)  
1839

The Cherokees  were led by 83-year old Cheif Bowls, who had tried in vain to secure clear land little rights for his people in the East Texas from both the Mexican and Texas government

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November 15 (Wednesday)  
1838

Was a Texas Plitician, poet,Diplomat, and  Soldier who was a leading Texas political figure during the second president of the Republic of Texas after David G. Burnet [1836 as ad-interim president] and Sam Houston

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November 15 (Wednesday)  
1836

Martin Van Buren an American stat man who served as the eighth president of the United States from 1837 to 1841


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November 15 (Wednesday)  
1840

Often referred to as the  council lopsided of the republic of Texas and a delegation of Comanch Chiefs

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November 15 (Wednesday)  
1836

A convention of America  Texans meet at Washington- ON- Brazos an declares the independence of texas

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November 15 (Wednesday)  
1836-1845

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The Texas  republic of Texas was an independence sovereign country in North America that existed from March 2,1836 to February 19,1846

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November 15 (Wednesday)  
1832

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IN November 1832 the Nullication convention met. The convention decleared the the tariffs of 1828 and 1832 were unconstitutional and unenforeable within the state of South Carolina after February 1,1883, They said that attempts to use force to collect the Texas would lead to the States secession

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November 15 (Wednesday)  
1829

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Andrew  Jackson was an American soldier and Stats man who served as the seventh president of the United States from 1829 to 1829 to 1837. Before being elected to the presidency, Jackson gained fame as a general in the United States army and served in both houses of congress

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November 15 (Wednesday)  
1836

Houston was twice elected president of the Republic of Texas. In the 1836 election he defeated Stephen F. Austin and Henry Smith with a landslide of over 798 of vote. Houston served from October 22,1836to December 10,1838


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November 17 (Friday)  
1861

He was an American soldier and a Polition. San Jacinto secured the independence of Texas from Mexico in on the shortest decisive battle in modern history

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November 17 (Friday)  
june 1841

A politico - military-  commercial expedition of 1841, was occasioned by desire to Devert to Texas.

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November 17 (Friday)  
1844- 1845

Late in 1841, through, he was named Texas  secretary of state by president Houston, who had been elected president again by secretary of state until 1844

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November 17 (Friday)  
1845

Republic of Texas into the United States of America. The Republic of Texas decleard independence from the republic of Mexico on March 2,  1836

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November 17 (Friday)  
1854

The initial  purpose  of the Kansas- Nebraska Act was to open up thousand of new farm and make feasible a Midwestern Transcontal Railroad 

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November 17 (Friday)  
1857

 He was an enslaved African American man in the United States who unsuccessfully sued for his FREEDOM and that of his Wife and their two daughters

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November 17 (Friday)  
1861-1865

The civil War Was a social and military conflict between the United States if America in the North and the confederate States of America in the South



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